Angular dependence of magnetoresistance in strongly anisotropic quasi-two-dimensional metals: Influence of Landau-level shape

@inproceedings{Mogilyuk2014AngularDO,
  title={Angular dependence of magnetoresistance in strongly anisotropic quasi-two-dimensional metals: Influence of Landau-level shape},
  author={Taras I. Mogilyuk and Pavel D. Grigoriev},
  year={2014}
}
We present the quantum-mechanical calculations of the angular dependence of interlayer conductivity $\sigma _{zz}(\theta )$ in a tilted magnetic field in quasi-2D layered metals. Our calculation shows that the LL shape is important for this angular dependence. In particular, the amplitude of angular magnetoresistance oscillations (AMRO) is much stronger for the Gaussian LL shape than for the Lorentzian. The ratio $\sigma_{zz}(\theta =0)/ \sigma_{zz}(\theta ->\pm 90^{\circ})$ is also several… CONTINUE READING

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